UWS Students Offered Free Breakfasts

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University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has announced it will be giving students free breakfasts to help them fuel up for their studies.

Launched on Better Breakfast Day (26 September) – the initiative will see the University offer students breakfast twice a week, from 8.30am to 9.30am.

Dr Lucy Meredith, Interim Principal & Vice-Chancellor of UWS, said: “At UWS, we are here for our students, and this is another example of how we are supporting them during their studies. With costs increasing in many areas of life, we are hopeful that this will make a small difference in ensuring our students are fuelled up for the day ahead.

“Not only will they have a healthy kick-start to their day, but breakfast is known to positively impact learning and general health. Research shows the impact skipping breakfast can have on learning and this initiative demonstrates our commitment to the mental and physical wellbeing of our students.

Rebecca Grant, President of the Students’ Union at UWS, said: “We are delighted to see the Breakfast Club launching at the University to support our students. It will bring so many benefits and it’s a great opportunity to catch up with classmates and students from the wider UWS community.”

For more information on UWS’s Breakfast Club, click here.

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